The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion [PSP – Cancelled]

The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion [PSP – Cancelled]

The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion is a cancelled action RPG that was planned to be released for the PSP, based on the Oblivion game released for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was in development at the Climax Group in 2006, with unique characters, inventory system, combat system, levels and much more stuff exclusive for the PSP version. The project was being developed at Kingston-Upon-Thames Climax Handheld for a year. Climax’s Portsmouth studio created a tech / test demo to show to management to make an argument for the change from using an internal engine over to Renderware, but in the end we’ll never be able to play in any of those engines. Although the game was announced for release in spring 2007, Oblivion PSP was later cancelled and it vanished without any official comment.


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7 thoughts on “The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion [PSP – Cancelled]

  1. CvX!

    It’s such a shame it has been canceled! It would be for sure as good as GTA games! Huge, open worlds on portable systems are still rare goods… I wish beta version will be leaked on torrents. ;)

  2. Liam

    Now this is why I love this website. You don’t see the giants like Kotaku and IGN on this but we’re all over it.

  3. Ashton

    Block-Buster for sure, if they could capture that oblivion feel on handheld htat would have been amazing

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